Jobs in Canada: Nursing in New Brunswick for Foreigners
Are you a licensed, Practical, and Experienced nurse? Are you registered in any of the recognized Nursing institutions in your country? New Brunswick in Canada is looking for nurses that meet these requirements
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Educated Nurses (IENs)- Nursing in New Brunswick for Foreigners
It is a priority of the Province of New Brunswick to attract, support, and retain these valuable healthcare professionals.
The Province is also working closely with a variety of employers in New Brunswick to fill job vacancies in nursing.
Registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and personal support workers are in high demand in New Brunswick, with employment opportunities in either official language (English or French)
The IEN Navigation Service
The service assists candidates with key barriers they might experience during the process to licensure, offering guidance surrounding:
The National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS);
Provincial entry-to-practice competency assessments;
Bridging programs available in the province; and
Provincial regulatory bodies. Learn more
The process for an internationally educated nurse (IEN) to become licensed to practice as a licensed practical nurse (LPN) or a registered nurse (RN) in New Brunswick can take between 12 and 24 months.
New Brunswick’s IEN Navigation service provides customized, client-centered service to IENs at no cost to the candidate.
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